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San Diego State's Caleb Giordano (13) on the court against Boise State at the Viejas Arena in San Diego on Jan. 11, 2020.

March Madness sleepers: Predicting dark horses in each region

By Kyle Saxon, Senior Staff Writer March 17, 2021
The Final Four has featured at least one team with a seed of five or lower in the past 10 NCAA Tournaments. While one of these under-the-radar teams will likely make a deep run, it’s difficult to pick which one will do it.
The Baylor Lady Bears celebrate with the NCAA trophy after their 82-81 win over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to win the championship game of the 2019 NCAA Women's Tournament on Sunday, April 7, at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Women’s basketball powers cover lackluster opening rounds with electric Final Four

By Dominic Campbell, Staff Writer April 9, 2019
While much of the sporting world was fixated on the NCAA men’s basketball Final Four this weekend, the women also played their Final Four in Tampa. All three contests played this weekend went down to the wire.

Five first round matchups to watch

By Chad Cameron / For The Pitt News March 16, 2016

In the first round of the NCAA Tournament, there’s enough March Madness to induce vertigo. To help sort through the 32 games on Thursday and Friday, we’ve selected some games that should more than...

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